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How Spanish expands itself for inclusivity

In late August of 2021, a Mexican student was participating in a virtual classroom discussion. In the Zoom window, next to the student’s name...

The Maze of Motherhood : Books on Being a Mother & More

We are done and dusted with the notion that motherhood brings joy - joy that is unchallenged, undeviating, unconditional, and unadulterated. Of course, there...

Meet Ashley M. Jones: Alabama’s First Black Poet Laureate

Ashley M. Jones’ journey to becoming the first Black Poet Laureate of the State of Alabama began in the second grade. Her teacher gave...

A Black Captain America is in the horizon

Captain America, a paramount Marvel character, is a hero that often seems to embody classic American values as he is a patriotic freedom fighter...

La respuesta a la caída de Tenochtitlán

Nota del editor: Culturas quiere hacer nuestras historias más accesibles para nuestros lectores. Somos conscientes de que nuestro público está formado por personas de...

Cleveland MLB team transitions from Indians to Guardians

Cleveland’s Major League Baseball team is changing their name. Formerly known as the Indians, the team is now going to be known as the...

The Response to the Tenochtitlan Fall

In July 2021, Mexico City celebrated the establishment of Tenochtitlan, the capital of the Aztec Empire. Two weeks later, it commemorated the 500 year...

The Eternal Marvel v. DC Tussle

When it comes to vying for top place, DC Comics (and its corresponding DC Extended Universe) and Marvel Comics (and its Marvel Cinematic Universe)...

From Syria to San Diego: a refugee’s life away from home

Raghad Al Bawab spent her childhood summers playing basketball, swimming, and practicing gymnastics in Damascus, Syria. Then came the war. Today, she lives in San...

The Hmong Connection

The 2020 Tokyo Olympics were historic for many communities and for the world, but especially so for Hmong Americans who not only made history...

Monalisa Barman’s fight for her education

'Meghalaya to Columbia University' is an online campaign that hopes to raise funds to sponsor Monalisa Barman’s education in the U.S. Earlier this March, Monalisa...

Oakland celebrates the defunding of the OPD

In a historic vote, the Oakland City Council redirected $18 million to invest in community programs for alternative violence prevention on June 24, 2020....
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